Wednesday, July 17, 2013

Working Through a Child Custody Attorney

As many of my long time readers know, my older boys are from the Bobster's first marriage.
Last summer Bob had to go for child custody of his 14yo and he received it.

It's important to remember the bottom line if the happiness of the child.
I thought this guest post would shed some light on the situation.





Divorce is never an easy thing. However, it becomes a lot more complicated when there are children involved. In a best-case scenario, the mother and father both recognize the need for their children to have both parents and work together to make that happen. In a worst-case scenario, both parents become angry at each other and hold their children hostage to try to get what they want from the other party. In either case, it is best to get a San Jose child custody attorney to help you through the process. Even when both parents agree to let each other see the children, trying to do what it best for them, it can change down the road. Having an attorney help sort through all the legalities in the beginning can avoid problems down the road.




Remember the Children Pay a Price in Every Divorce


 
 
No matter how amicable a divorce may be, the children pay a price. Sometimes, the divorce may be the lesser of two evils in the psychological health of a child. However, even in that case, they are still going to pay a price. The world they have known is getting turned upside down. They have to adjust to adult situations even though they are not adults.

When to Hire an Attorney

 
 
When both partners decide that they are going to get a divorce, it is time to begin looking for an attorney. No matter what the situation with the divorce, if it is going to happen, it is good to get an attorney who can help with the legalities of child custody. It is better to have that aspect taken care of as soon as possible for the sake of the children.

Recognize the Needs of the Children

 
 
When working out the details through the legal system on the custody of your children, be sure to guide your San Jose child custody attorney on what you would like done. Just because you may be able to legally gain more custody time with your children does not always mean you should. You know your children well and should make sure that the decisions made are in their best interest.

 

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